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NunatsiaqOnline 2015-09-22: NEWS: Group to consult in Iqaluit on residential school archive centre

24.9.15

NunatsiaqOnline 2015-09-22: NEWS: Group to consult in Iqaluit on residential school archive centre: The collection includes the TRC’s own research collection: thousands of hours of survivor statements, the TRC’s own reports and publications, and video footage from various TRC hearings and public events.

In addition, there are millions of records from federal government departments and Library and Archives Canada, including residential school admission records, school histories, administration records, photos and maps, plans, and drawings.

Various churches have contributed student records, photos, school newsletters, cemetery records, religious records and administrative records.


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